Movie Reviews

March 31, 2018

Good to see that Steven Spielberg still has that range. From light-hearted family films like E.T., to more intense thrillers like Jurassic Park and The Post, I’ve never trusted the man to deliver any less than the best. That’s no different here, with Ready Player One (hereafter referred to as RPO). I could watch this

December 29, 2017

A cross between Fantastic Beasts, Men in Black, and Training Day? Sign me up. This movie blended the real world—and its present-day problems—with more fantastical elements really well. The opening montage of mostly graffiti images brings us up to speed on the politics of the world, and the looming dangers of the story: Some magical

December 22, 2017

This feels like a movie made for the fans. I mean, I know it is—it’s Star Wars, after all—but there’s so much in here to appreciate, coming from a fan standpoint. Easter eggs, call-backs to the orig trig, series nuances… Be prepared: You’ll need multiple viewings to catch everything and grasp the scope of this

November 22, 2017

Written By: Evan Kern I’m just going to come right out and say it: I’ve always been more of a sucker for Marvel than DC. That said, I know Marvel has had their flukes, but (more attributable to Disney’s bottomless wallet, I’d wager) they’ve always had their formula down; when Iron Man came out in

August 27, 2017

I’ve been known for being the resident Fairy Tail fan among my coworkers, so when I was given the opportunity to review an advance screening of the latest movie I jumped at the chance. I was excited when this project was announced, knowing that Hiro Mashima would be working on it (as well as Tatsuma Minamikawa and

March 10, 2017

I’ve enjoyed the Justice League movies that Warner Bros Animation have put out thus far, so naturally I wanted to check out what Justice League Dark was all about. But unlike most of the recent movies, this one was Rated R which made me curious and excited to see what was different about this movie.

February 9, 2017

Written By: Mike Agostinelli Damn, I love Batman. If you know me, even in passing, you’re aware of this undeniable fact. I’m one of those fanboys who will jump at any opportunity to correct you when you spout off about the character, assuming you know more about him than I do. (You don’t) So when

December 9, 2016

Written By: Mike Agostinelli Disclaimer: Warner Bros Home Entertainment provided me with a copy of the Blu-ray I reviewed in this Blog Post. The opinions I share are my own. Ah, Suicide Squad. Leading up to its release, it came loaded with hype. Lots and lots of hype. So much hype it became impossible that

November 4, 2016

Written By: Mike Agostinelli Marvel Studios has recently become stuck in a bit of a rut. You might balk at this statement, since nearly all of their films since the original Iron Man have made a killing at the box office and have been met with substantial critical acclaim. But lately, there has been an

August 4, 2016

Written By: Mike Agostinelli The idea of the Suicide Squad being made into a movie is almost too good to be true. Ten years ago this never would have happened, a movie as blatantly comic booky as this being made. After all, if not for this film, 95% of you reading this review wouldn’t even

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